Dad Threw A Daddy-Daughter Dance For His Girls At Home After The School Dance Was Canceled

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Being a parent isn’t a walk in the park – and despite its many joys and fulfillments, it is pretty tough.

The challenges of parenting often turn moms and dads to one another for help and support, and this is frequently depicted on social media. There are now millions of parenting and parent-support pages on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, whether these are there to give advice or just to put a smile on a tired mom’s face; they make sure that the over-worked parents out there don’t feel alone.

During quarantine, many parents are finding life even more sticky than usual. But one online dad went the extra mile to make sure his daughters could enjoy their school dance.

When it comes to parenting blogs on social media, it’s safe to say that the majority fall under the “mom” category. The portrayal of a mom’s day-to-day life is a popular theme among users of social media, and this theme brings moms together to form friendships and to share advice.

Life as a mom is often portrayed in the best possible light, with the best filters, and the moms never look tired or worn out in the slightest.  

Looks more like a professional photoshoot, if you ask me…

This is an extremely unrealistic portrayal of life as a parent.

There’s a significant difference in the number of social media accounts for moms than there are for the dads out there. And there’s one Twitter dad who really rules the roost.

He’s a Twitter sensation, and really excels when it comes to relatable dad content.

Honestly, we want to be friends with this kid.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone needs to be staying inside to save lives.

But throw in a bunch of young kids on top? Well, then you’d got a recipe for disaster.

Giving us the hilarious parenting quarantine content we deservse!

After a few days, walks sort of  … lose their appeal.

Honestly, quarantine can go 1 of  2 ways.

The cons of when teaching goes online.

Parents are also slowly losing the plot …

As a result of the quarantine, his daughters’ daddy-daughter dance was canceled. A sensible decision – but also one which left the girls pretty upset.

He decided to think outside the box in order to save his daughters’ dance!

So James decided to bring the dance to his home. “We had enough people for it,” James said. “There’s an upside to having way too many kids.”

And then James got to work recreating all of the classic dance accouterments – including a snack table, a dancefloor, and even this photobooth.

They miss their friends and school and are going a little stir-crazy.”

I hope it created some good memories for them. When they look back at 2020, I don’t want them to remember the fear or uncertainty. I want them to remember having a great time with their family.” Struggling with ways to entertain your kids during the virus? Netflix can help. Scroll on for everything coming to screens this April!